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Quiz: What Procrastinator Type Are You? Plus, Specific Tips To Overcome Your Procrastination Habits.

Have you noticed yourself procrastinating more than normal lately?   Sure we can blame the holidays or the weather, but the only thing that’s going to help you better understand how to improve your performance and productivity to achieve your deepest dreams and desire is to understand WHAT type of procrastinator you are and HOW[…]

The 8 Characteristics of a Great Coach!

  We love when companies do the research and put their money where their mouth is into finding out what works within their organization.   A team of people can sit in a room all they want speculating about their team experience, but getting to the root of it, asking the people who live and[…]

How To Coach Through The Four Stages of Learning – Conscious Competence Ladder

  Have you ever heard the phrase – Meet them where they are?   Well, the tool we are sharing with you today will empower you to do just that with your coaching clients by helping you identify where your clients are so that you can support them best. There are 4 Levels of learning:[…]

Why Most Coaches Can’t Really Help Their Clients

  When most people share their problems with a coach or even a good friend, you’ll notice a very common pattern:   The clients tells you where they’re AT, where they want to GO and the OBSTACLE in the way.   When most people think about coaching or calling a good friend, they call because they believe you have[…]

Are you who your coaching clients are looking for?

  We have covered that it’s important to know what types of coaching clients you want to work with and who you are built to help. However with the increase in popularity of coaches, it’s also important to know what your clients are looking for.   For instance, if you are a coach who is[…]

What’s the difference? Coach vs Mentor, Consultant vs. Counselor

This is the “Technical” difference between a coach vs mentor and consultant and counselor…    Coaching – According to the International Coach Federation coaching is defined as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” The coach is the subject matter expert at coaching, not necessarily the[…]

Selecting A Coaching Certification + Becoming a Better Coach through Reflective Practice

Selecting the Right Coaching Certification for You! No more than a decade ago, the only people that seemed to have a coach were athletes. Today coaching is not just for athletes, it’s for everyone. Supply and demand of coaches have increased from health coaches, career coaches, business coaches to performance coaches.   You name the[…]

Becoming an Effective Coach in Business

  An area we have experienced success in our coaching business is working with groups in the corporate arena. If you are a coach and have not explored bringing your coaching skills to a business environment for an additional revenue stream, this could be the time to do so.   Most companies are implementing coaching[…]

Break Up with Multitasking

  The first step to breaking up with multitasking is to break up with the word – period. It is scientifically impossible to truly multitask. What you are actually doing is Task Switching.   What does that look like?   According to the Psychology Today: Task switching, not multi-tasking — The term multitasking is actually a misnomer.[…]

Delivering Quality over Quantity

  Have you ever begun sharing information with someone and watch as their eyes glaze over with that distant distracted look? Chances are they are not trying to be disrespectful, it may be that you are offloading too much information or your communication includes too many technical terms that they may not be a familiar[…]